Oliver Solberg is the first king of the Royal Rally of Scandinavia after finishing Saturday’s final eight stages as the winner. In the ERC class, a total of 50 cars started, while there were 10 cars in the legends class. Oliver Solberg managed to overcome all his competitors and emerged as the ultimate winner. His joy and enthusiasm over the victory were evident as he expressed how fantastic it felt to win.
With 5 out of 8 stage wins, Oliver Solberg is currently leading the BAUHAUS Royal Rally 2023. He is locked in an incredibly close battle against Hayden Paddon. The difference between the two rivals is minimal, with only a few seconds (10.2 seconds) separating them. It is an exciting fight for the top spot, where every second and every decision plays a crucial role.
During Thursday’s qualifying round on the Bäck-Hult stage, Swedish hometown hero Oliver Solberg was the fastest, giving him the advantage of choosing his starting number for Friday’s start on SS1 Ölme 1. “The rain made it muddy and slippery, especially with such hard tires. But it didn’t matter – we were the fastest,” says Oliver Solberg. As expected, he chose starting number 22 during the opening ceremony.
Classic rally radio during the BAUHAUS Royal Rally of Scandinavia
Now the layout for this year’s rally radio can be presented. And it’s an experienced group that goes out in the air. Rally fans will be treated to classic rally radio with stage interviews at the finish lines interspersed with interviews and what happens at the service park and event arenas. Everything to give the listeners an overall picture of the event.
An FIA European Rally Championship title winner from the past will take on the ERC’s current star performers during the inaugural BAUHAUS Royal Rally of Scandinavia, a festival of high-speed thrills from 6 – 8 July.
Now it’s official, Sweden’s round in the FIA European Rally Championship has found its title partner. As of today, BAUHAUS Royal Rally of Scandinavia is the name of the competition, something that will be reflected in the event’s marketing and communication but also in the on-event execution itself.
The premiere edition of the BAUHAUS Royal Rally of Scandinavia is approaching. On July 6-8, Sweden’s ERC event takes place and this year’s route and itinerary are based on really nice rally roads.
With two months left until BAUHAUS Royal Rally of Scandinavia makes its premiere, registration for the competition opens today.
Finally, you can now purchase tickets to the summer’s grand rally festival, the BAUHAUS Royal Rally of Scandinavia.
We’re starting with a unique premiere package – the ROYAL PASS LIMITED EDITION which will only be sold here and limited to 1,000 copies!
So hurry and buy this exclusive package!
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